The MICE (Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) tourism is growing by leaps and bounds and India has also been a significant part and player of the upward journey. Not just has India contributed to the industry’s growth, the country has also benefited in the process. As a result, India is expected to create 2 million MICE tourists in 2020, while the country’s outbound MICE tourism market is being estimated to reach the figure of 9 billion USD by 2025.
These were the findings of the Milt Congress ahead of the seventh Annual Mice India and Luxury Travel Congress to held in the county next month. The Milt Congress, organised by the Dubai-based QnA International, in seven years, has become the platform which brings together the best from the MICE, corporate and luxury travel industry.
The upcoming Milt Congress will once again set a constructive platform for the biggest names across the world of travel and hospitality to hobnob with the top corporate houses, film production banners, travel agencies and wedding planners.
Many of the top names from various fields in countries like Geneva, Sri Lanka and Mauritius praised the importance of India in the MICE and luxury travel market.
The Milt Congress will be held at Delhi on July 17-18 and a week later in Mumbai, on July 23-24.